Tony Bramwell's life began in a postwar Liverpool suburb, where he was childhood friends with three of the Beatles long before they were famous, and stayed by them for every step of their meteoric rise. If anything needed taking care of, Bramwell was the man the Beatles called, the man they knew they could trust. His story has been sought after for years, and now, here it is, full of untold stories and detailing with an insider's shrewd eye the Apple empire's incomparable rise, Brian Epstein's... Topics: Bramwell, Tony, Beatles, Beatles, Beatles, Rock musicians, Geschichte
Track Listing:Tryin' To Be A Good Ol' Boy, But You're A Bad Old HabitSomething In Your Voice (Makes My Heart Feel Happy)Sunny Side Of The StreetLove Is Like Washing A PotatoNever No Mo' Hard Time BluesWhere Has It Gone To?I'd Rather Say Goodbye To You Than Give Up An Indoor ToiletScat Yodeling ManMerle Haggard Was Eatin' TofusBuckdancer's Choice (Trad. From Playing Of Rev. Gary Davis)Streetsinger's ' Bitter SupplicationDo You Dig That Hot Jazz Sound?Mississippi SandmanMake Peace In Mind Topic: Contemporary Folk Source: CD
Dreaming is free -- Queens of noise -- Set it off -- New York woman -- No martyrs -- The gay '90s -- Noise equals life -- Love will tear us apart -- Wild things -- Kick out the jams, mothers -- The Magic City -- Broken water -- Bringing up baby -- Mamarama -- About a boy (and girls) -- Dig the new breeders Topics: McDonnell, Evelyn, Women music critics
Bryan Waterman examines Television's album Marquee Moon and its significance within the cultural history of SoHo, the East Village, and the beginnings of American punk rock Topics: Television (Musical group), Television (Musical group), Rock music
"The text of this book has been edited from material originally published in Guitar Player magazine from 1968-1983."--T.p. verso Topics: Rock musicians, Rock musicians, Guitarists, Guitarists, Heavy metal (Music), Heavy Metal,...
pt. 1. New york, April 1956. Wanna be in a band? ; The phone call ; Sounds like a dive to me ; You can count on me, George -- pt. 2. Detroit, 1956. Who did your book? ; I run a tight show ; Maybe it's because it's Monday ; Strumming as hard as I could ; They never saw anything like us ; Counting ceiling cracks ; In the system ; Insky like Flynnsky ; Hope I didn't wake you ; I'm not your father, I'm your manager ; Leftover hangover ; At the hop ; Just along for the ride ; Instant voltage ; A... Topics: Karmen, Steve, Darin, Bobby, Darin, Bobby, Composers, Biographie